Round Top: Pie Haven? It’s Pie Heaven!

Yesterday morning Holly and I enjoyed a cup of coffee and a leisurely breakfast (mostly because I had to stop every few minutes and pet her new honed marble countertops-sigh) then headed out for a day of fun. Of course we had to fuel up before we could get busy, so we stopped at Pie Haven for a little sustenance to keep us going. Little did I know the treat I was in for-both for the taste buds  and the eyes.

Pie Haven, Round Top

Pie Haven, Round Top

Cute spot, no? The thumb in the photo just adds a little extra charm, I think. Come on inside with me!

photo (13)I may or may not have smashed my face up against the glass and mumbled, “One of each, please.” We settled on a slice of savory Chicken Margherita Pizza Pie (help me, people) and headed out to the porch to dig in. But first, I had to take a look around. Cuteness everywhere, people!

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On our way out, we ran into Tara Royer, owner, Pie Queen, and a friend of Holly’s. She invited us to set a spell in her office upstairs to enjoy our pie. Warning: total office cuteness alert. Enter at your own risk.

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photo (15)I didn’t get a shot of it (it was inhaled too quickly) but we had a sea salt and caramel truffle for dessert. My eyes didn’t roll back to the front of my head for about five minutes after the last bite. Ridiculously good, people.

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So, what do I think of Pie Haven? Total heaven. Thanks, Tara. Can’t wait until our next visit!


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